Grateful Dead Live at Rubber Bowl, University of Akron on 1986-07-02
- Live concert
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
AUD>DAT>CDR; via the Doodah Man; seedeD
- 2004-05-21 17:16:00
- Akron, OH
Subject: exausted from the tour
Sorry if my review is less than stellar, but it is what I experienced at the Akron Rubber Bowl. I never got the tape. Never gave it a second thought. This was the only show of my triple digits seeing the Dead that left me apathetic. The music always lifted me. Not at Akron. I think the Chinacat/Rider was the only thing I remember being good. But, even that was kind of diluted. We gave up on the tour here. It was getting too difficult for us. Tours were monumental undertakings. Never did a whole one in 17 years of seeing them.
Uptown Theater '78 thru Soldier's Field '95, what a ride, and still on the chase for more, because... It is so much fun!
Subject: Great Show
Bobby: Turckin' up to Buffalo"
Crowed: *goes nuts*
Subject: Reflection of a first show.
Subject: Desolation Dooohhh!
Dylan is horrible as usual!!
Subject: Des Row
Subject: Look at poor....Peter...
and Phil's Box Of Rain ain't that bad...
Just stopped by to see what a bad show sounded like...I gotta concur, tho I'm not real hip on the late 80's-90's Dead...
This is a good audience recording....think I'll stick to the 70's tho
Subject: The Desolation Row
The sound is just fine, for an AUD IMO it is as good as it gets on these tiny computer speakers @ least.
I didnt listen to the entire show yet, but Im giving it 4 stars because of the good sound, and the show can't be THAT BAD?.....can it?
Subject: true, not best ever
sound quality is good, the rest is painful. at least jboyaguar hasn't review this one.
Subject: Not a very good show
Subject: Summer Daze Triple Threat
Subject: HEY TITO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Subject: Dessy Row
Subject: sorry but, no...
Subject: Jerry Leaves the stage!
Anyway sub par 1st set only to get worse in the 2nd set. I know this was the 1st collaboration but as many Dead spot light moments go (Monteray, Woodstock) they can be huge disappointments. This was when Dylan was still in cruise control living off of TP and the Heart Breakers so he did not help. It was so bad that Jerry just up and left the stage during Desolation Row because he was so spent.
Subject: Strange day...
This show is notable for what I believe to be the first onstage collaboration between the Dead and Dylan. He came out for LRR, and then sang Don't Think Twice...and then he and Jerry proceeded to butcher Baby Blue...oh well. It was another off night for Jerry if I recall...which I just barely do. I haven't downloaded this yet...but I will...someday...
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